Junos Enterprise Routing

Errata for Junos Enterprise Routing

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted
Printed Page 582
1st paragraph

The last sentence reads: R4 behaves as any other designated router by stripping the register encapsulation and sending the native multicast down its shared tree, thus allowing R2 to obtain a copy. I believe this should read as follows. R4 behaves as any other designated router by stripping the register encapsulation and sending the native multicast down its shared tree, thus allowing R5 to obtain a copy.

Denny McLean  Sep 12, 2014 
Safari Books Online I
Preface

In the Preface, in the description of Chapter 11, Position Independent Module should be Protocol Independent Multicast . This error was in the first edition as well, and likely appears in all formats. Page numbers were not available in the Safari version of this book, so the above page number is a place-holder.

Anonymous  Sep 17, 2012 
Printed Page 89
At the area where it is Talking about M-Series Interface Examples

At the area where it is Talking about M-Series Interface Examples fe-0/2/1 it is mentioned as below Fast Ethernet interface in FPC Slot 1, PIC slot 2 and port 2 (Should it not be port 1)?

Anonymous  Aug 14, 2012 
Safari Books Online 56
2nd paragraph

"...fist..." should perhaps be "...first..." " If a match is found, the same treatment as the fist packet can be applied to these later packets"

eddie tan-atichat  Aug 20, 2011 
PDF Page 558
Fisrt paragraph

These are the last few lines of the section "Static IGMP membership". It lists all the multicast IPs with the first octet as 225 while it should have been 224. For example, 225.0.0.5 and 225.0.0.6 should have been 224.0.0.5 and 224.0.0.6.

Junaid  Aug 11, 2011 
PDF Page 558
Fisrt paragraph

The command should have been "show igmp group" instead of "show igmp membership".

Junaid  Aug 11, 2011 
Printed, PDF Page 468
1st paragraph of section Virtual channels

We provide a virtual channel configuration example in “Virtual channels” on page 468, should read We provide a virtual channel configuration example in “Virtual channels” on page 505,

Jasper Jans  Jul 30, 2011 
PDF Page 523
3rd paragraph

For example, the entire multicast address range can be written as 224/8. should be For example, the entire multicast address range can be written as 224/4.

Peter Gutierrez  Jul 24, 2011